Pendant lights are hanging lamps which hold a single central bulb. They originated in the Art Deco era, an art movement involving more modern, streamlined decorative styles during the 1920's and 1930's. While schoolhouse shades are the most
traditional style on pendant lights, your choice of any glass shade or globe can give it a more Victorian, Art Deco or Moderne
Pendant lights received a new twist with today's single hangers in Industrial and Retro styles. They have made DIY lighting a creative creation by making a shade out of just about anything, or by just leaving the bare bulb hanging.
Our fixtures are basic enough to fit any style and are completely wired. They're ready to hang and includes a 51/2" diameter by 11/2" deep canopy, 3' chain, crossbar and standard-size high temperature ceramic socket.